14 Biggest New Android Pie Features

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  • jsuppan
    Awesome! I look forward to start using Android v.9 Pie. One problem for Android in general however, and more broadly to include tablets as well, is the lack of keeping Android updated. The manufacturers that sell you devices want you to buy a new device the following year rather then keep the OS updated on the product they already sold you. A bit of a greed factor and lack of responsibility. This is a big sore spot for Android and one main reason why tablet sales have not only plateau'd but fallen off. Only Samsung and Huawei still make something worth purchasing. To the contrary, this is a big plus for those who use iOS in the Apple camp. As such, I look forward to the forthcoming generation of Chrome tablets with Android support. The ChromeOS is centrally controlled by Google and does not require dependency on the greedy nature of manufacturers to getting around to maintaining upgrades.... or not.
  • asokolov66
    "Android Pie takes a page out of the iPhone X's book by adding more navigational gestures" ... why every one tells Google took gestures from Apple, when Apple took it from Web OS by Palm/HP